This is a PowerPoint file (.pptx) with the original Spanish alphabet. The 2nd slide contains a note about Ñ being the only additional letter currently according to the Real Academia. Since I believe it's important for students to know the history of it, I teach them LL, CH, and RR while letting them know they are NOT official letters.
Each letter slide contains a picture I have drawn that uses English to help young students figure out the name of the letter, like an angry G that shouts "HEY!" Children will find the pictures humorous. Each slide also highlights a word that my current kindergarteners have studied (except for a few letters, like K and X). Sometimes the letter being highlighted falls in the middle of the word.
I am selling this to you in PowerPoint format instead of PDF so that you can customize the sample words given for your own curriculum.
When I use this with my students, I print the page so that 4 slides show up per page through the printer settings, not through PowerPoint itself. This saves paper, yet allows students to be able to read the letters and words. Students help illustrate the slides further by drawing a picture for each highlighted word, like drawing a blurb of blue for "azul" or an oval for the word "óvalo."
You can also use this PPT on your projector by playing it on your computer and discussing it as a whole class.
If you have any other questions, leave me a note in the comments!